This week’s episode was recorded LIVE at the Fleurieu Film Festival, a grassroots festival built to support filmmakers, that celebrates the beauty and diversity of the Fleurieu region. Speaking to some of the event organisers and participants, we delve into the power of video storytelling.

Video is a medium that we are very passionate about at Narrative Marketing, and our Chief Videographer Chris Warman is also the Technical Director and Curator of Fleurieu Film Festival.

Now in its third year, the festival has grown to 600+ attendees from just 200 in its inaugural year. It’s a fantastic way to showcase homegrown talent, and also attracts both interstate and international submissions.

In today’s episode of Be The Drop, we discuss the highs and lows of filmmaking, the evolution of video storytelling, and our very own Chris reveals a top insight into short film character development…

LIVE at Fleurieu Film Festival 2018

“Video is a great way to tell stories; you can see the emotion on screen.”

Listen now to this podcast episode to deep dive into the world of Fleurieu Film Festival (share this on Facebook!):

In this episode you will learn:

  • What to expect at this year’s Fleurieu Film Festival
  • The latest trends in short storytelling and video
  • The value of live screenings for filmmakers to engage with their audience
  • The challenges of putting a film together
  • The relationship between the festival, sponsors and other media

“Films bring viewers the thrill of a visual book; they allow us to escape real life.”

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I absolutely loved making this podcast episode. I’m a huge advocate of cultural and artistic endeavours in South Australia, and I’m proud to support Narrative Marketing’s videographer Chris in the work he does for the festival.

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I can’t wait for the next installment of Be The Drop, to bring you more insights into the power of business storytelling. Everything we discussed in this episode makes sense to me. But does it makes sense to you? I’d love to hear your comments! 

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Amelia xx

Recording Be The Drop LIVE at Fleurieu Film Festival

photo credit: Gaynor Jarvis

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